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Cycling Time Trial Podcast

A cycling podcast loosely focused on Time Trials.
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Cycling Podcast loosely based on Time Trials. For those who would like reliable mobile access on Android, I suggest DoubleTwist http://www.doubletwist.com/.
Sep 4, 2017

From South Wales UK we welcome private practice Physiotherapist Neil Poulton. Neil earned BSc (Hons) degrees in both Sports Science and Physiotherapy from Coventry University. Neil has a great blog you can find at http://www.physioblogger.com/ where Neil has a great deal of information across all sports, including cycling. Welcome Neil Poulton!

Connect with Neil on twitter @Physi0blogger 

Get in touch with me @markflorence11 or by email at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

Thanks for downloading the show.

 

 

Jul 22, 2017

We welcome Dr. Kristin Keim. There is no way to easily introduce Dr. Keim but I think her website, http://www.keimperformanceconsulting.com/ pretty much sums it up for me. The home page has a photo, I assume of our guest, wearing a simple t-shirt that reads “Happy Racers Go Faster”. She completed her Doctor in Clinical Psychology with a focus in Health Psychology, Neuropsychology, and Clinical Sport/Performance Psychology as well as an M.A. in Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University, in Pleasant Hill, CA.  She is a Certified Consultant in the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and Member of the US Olympic Committee Sport Psychology and Mental Training Registry. Welcome Dr. Kristin Keim!

Follow Dr. Keim on twitter @thek2

Contact me at cyclingtimepodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11

Jun 24, 2017

We welcome Mountain Bike coach Lynda Wallenfels.  Lynda has been coaching endurance athletes for 20 years and she is a certified USA Cycling Level l coach. She and Dave Harris operate LW Coaching (lwcoaching.com). Welcome Lynda Wallenfels!

You can find the article Lynda wrote here:

https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/your-14-step-guide-to-weight-loss-during-base-training/

 

 

May 27, 2017

I am happy welcome back Robert (Rob) Barrett. Rob has a business called Float Aero that might be very useful to those of us with limited access to conventional aero-testing methods. You can find out more at http://www.floataero.com/. Listeners may have heard Rob’s first appearance in episode #85. I thought it would be good to have him back and see what he is testing and get some good practical tips.

I am at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com and @markflorence11 on twitter. Thanks for downloading the show!

May 12, 2017

In "celebration" of 100 episodes, we are launching part one of the Time Trial Essential Series. These shows will pull knowledge learned from many different guests on any given topic. It eases the stress of getting guests coordinated and hopefully adds some value to the run of the show. Please let me know your thoughts on this idea at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

Thanks to all who have listened and a special thanks to those who have taken the time to share your knowledge as guests. You have all done your part to make many of us a little faster by agreeing to be interviewed and it is much appreciated.

Apr 30, 2017

We welcome Coach Joe Beer. Joe is in Devon, UK and has 25 years of coaching experience with  both time trials and triathlon. Joe is the author of  three books and hosts a regular multisport podcast, jbst.com. You can learn more by visiting his website, http://www.coachjoebeer.com/. Welcome back Coach Joe Beer!

We had a very positive reaction to Joe’s first appearance when we chatted about the white paper on the jbst.com website which talked about Smarter Training and the importance of keeping the majority of your training rides at an “easy” level. You can check out episode #92 for more information on that. I like to take ideas from listeners and one suggestion that been requested and in fact re-requested is to chat about the relationship between triathlon and time trialists. I want to especially thank James Thomas for his most recent TT-tri podcast suggestion. After Joe’s first appearance I could not think of a better person to chat about this. Joe of course is a multi sport coach and in fact has himself completed five Ironman distance events.

Follow Coach Joe on twitter @coachjoebeer

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

Thanks for downloading the show!

Apr 15, 2017

From Birmingham, UK we welcome back Xavier Disley. He is the Director for AeroCoach in the UK which specializes in finding an optimal mix of aerodynamics and power production outside of a wind tunnel in velodromes. Aerocoach is expanding quite exponentially and has been very active producing products for time trialists and all cyclists. You can find out more at aero-coach.co.uk and visit their facebook page. Follow Aerocoach on twitter @aerocoach and our guest Xavier Disley at @xavierdisley. A warm welcome back to Xavier Disley!

Thanks for downloading the show! Contact info: @markflorence11, cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com.

Apr 1, 2017

We welcome back Coach Tim Ramsden. Tim is an Association of British Cycling L3 Cycling coach and owner of blackcatcyclecoaching.com. Tim has joined us numerous times for shows on cadence,  time trials for newcomers and Sweet Spot Training.   

Today is part two of shows where we look at all of the identified training zones. Be sure to check out part 1 where we talked about Active Recovery, Endurance and Tempo. Today we focus on the last three of Threshold, VO2 Max and Anaerobic Capacity. Welcome back Tim!

Contact info blackcatcyclecoaching.com. Follow Tim on twitter, @timblackcatcc.

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

Thanks for downloading the show!

Mar 18, 2017

We welcome back Coach Tim Ramsden. Tim is an Association of British Cycling L3 Cycling coach and owner of blackcatcyclecoaching.com. Tim has joined us numerous times for shows on cadence,  time trials for newcomers and Sweet Spot Training.   

Today is part one of two shows where we look at all of the identified training zones. Part 1 includes Active Recovery, Endurance and Tempo. I should mention also that on the Sweet Spot show that we did a while back, Tim did a great job of going through the history of the whole training zone process. Welcome back Tim!

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @marklorence11

Thanks for downloading the show!

 

Mar 4, 2017

Today on the Cycling Time Trial Podcast, we welcome back Tim Mulrooney. Tim is still one the most requested guests and he is nice enough to join us from time to time to share his knowledge. Tim works at HED cycling in beautiful Roseville, MN, USA. Follow Tim on twitter @HED_timmer.  Welcome back Tim Mulrooney.

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

Thanks for downloading the show!

Feb 18, 2017

From Goleta, California we welcome back Tom Anhalt. Tom is a Mechanical Engineer, designing endoscopic video devices and his hobby is testing rolling resistance of bike tires and computing the aerodynamic implications of tire and wheel choice. You can find Tom’s excellent blog at http://bikeblather.blogspot.com/, and follow Tom on Twitter @tanhalt.

You can find Tom's first appearance on show #71. 

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

@markflorence11 on twitter.

Thanks for downloading the show!

Feb 4, 2017

Chris Case is the Managing Editor of VeloNews Magazine. Chris wrote an article in the August 2015 issue of VeloNews entitled “Cycling To Extremes”.

A major part of that article was the contribution from Lennard Zinn, a former member of the US National Cycling team, long time author, manufacturer, technical expert and long term endurance athlete.

The article has turned into a new book called “The Haywire Heart”. Chris and Lennard joined us for a couple of podcasts based on the article and I would direct you to check out podcast episodes #69 and #70, as it will serve as good background for today’s show. Welcome Chris Case and Lennard Zinn.

You can find the book at https://www.velopress.com/haywire. It is available at Amazon, other online book retailers, and many bike, run, and tri shops.

Thanks very much for joining us!

Get in touch with me @markflorence11 and cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

Jan 21, 2017

We welcome Coach Joe Beer. Joe is in Devon, UK and has 25 years of coaching experience with  both time trials and triathlon. Joe is the author of  three books and hosts a regular multisport podcast, jbst.com. You can learn more by visiting his website, http://www.coachjoebeer.com/. Welcome Coach Joe Beer!

Joe’s website has a very good white paper on his website called 2016 Smarter Training and I thought it would be a good basis for a show.

Contact me @markflorence11 on twitter and at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com.

Follow Joe on twitter instagram, facebook, @coachjoebeer.

Jan 7, 2017

From Cobb Cycling we welcome Rachel Olson. Rachel Olson leads all women segment developments within Cobb Cycling alongside her role of sales consultant. Rachel is a leading female state triathlete and road racer. Welcome!

You can learn more by getting in touch with Rachel at cobbcycling.com. On twitter he is @raceolson, you can follow Cobb Cycling on twitter @cobbcycling.

 

Thanks for downloading the show. Contact me @markflorence11 or cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com.

 

 

Dec 24, 2016

Nate Lesniewski is an athlete in Tyler, (I think) Texas. Nate is a listener and he got in touch with a suggestion to feature the Cobb saddles on the show. I thought it would be helpful to feature someone that is actually happy with their saddle choice. Welcome Nate Lesniewski!

Follow Nate on twitter, @nate552.

Get in touch with me at @markflorence11 or cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com.

Dec 10, 2016

We continue our look at time trial saddles with Coach Heath Dotson. Heath Dotson is a cycling/triathlon coach in Asheville, NC. You can learn more at hdcoaching.net. Heath is part of something that we are planning to feature in a future show, Aerocamp, but I thought this topic would be a good way to introduce Heath and get his thoughts on this sensitive matter. Welcome Heath Dotson!

Find out more at http://www.hdcoaching.net/ and follow Heath on twitter, @heathdotson

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com and follow me on twitter @markflorence11

Thanks for listening!

Nov 26, 2016

From Cobb Cycling we welcome Seth Cooke. Seth is the leading sales consultant with deep technical knowledge of all Cobb Cycling products. As an active and fast age group athlete Seth performs extensive product testing. You can learn more by getting in touch with Seth at cobbcycling.com. On twitter he is @SethCook80, you can follow Cobb Cycling on twitter @cobbcycling.

Connect with me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter. 

Thanks for downloading the show!

 

Nov 12, 2016

From Newton Abbot, South Devon, UK we welcome Sean Lally of Cycle Systems Academy. Sean is a lifelong cyclist with a passion for road and mountain biking, and road cycle sport in particular. He trained as a cycle mechanic in 2002 and went on to work in varied bike shops, including the award winning Oxford Cycle Workshop and the  highly regarded Condor Cycles in London.

Sean set up Cycle Systems with his wife Julia Lally in 2007 and now works as lead instructor, director, overseeing sales, development and strategy for Cycle Systems and acting as centre Internal Verifier for Cycle Systems Academy. He doesn’t get much sleep! Welcome Sean!

Find Sean on twitter @CycleSystemsAc, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cyclesystemsac/

Sean references Raoul Luescher @raoul_luescher and the website is luescherteknik.com.au

The youtube videos that Sean references can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZbg5hCRyvs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET1jRVynOBA

Thanks for downloading the show. My email is cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com and on twitter I am @markflorence11

 

 

Oct 28, 2016

It’s really nice to welcome back Michael Hutchinson, perhaps more widely well known as Dr. Hutch. Michael is the author of “The Hour” and “Faster, The Obsession, Science and Luck Behind the World's Fastest Cyclists”. Michael is a regular columnist for Cycling Weekly. 

Michael is a must follow on Twitter (@Doctor_Hutch) as he offers excellent and often amusing commentary.

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com, on twitter I am @markflorence11.

Thanks for downloading the show!

Oct 8, 2016

From West London, UK we welcome Robert Barrett. Rob has started a business called Float Aero that might be very useful to those of us with limited access to conventional aero-testing methods. You can find out more at http://www.floataero.com/

Email Rob- rob@floataero.com

Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/floataero/?hc_location=ufi

twitter- @float_aero

 

Email me cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com twitter @markflorence11

Thanks for downloading the show!

 

 

Sep 24, 2016

The quest to combine hard mathematical facts with cycling athletic performance is here and we, as time trialists, have more tools than ever to help hone everything from aerodynamic position to the perfect pacing strategy.  From Best Bike Split we welcome Ryan Cooper and Rich Harpel.

Contact Info:

https://www.bestbikesplit.com

@bestbikesplit

Coupon code for 25% off through the end of 2016, CTTPODCAST !

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

@markflorence11

Thanks for downloading the show!

Sep 10, 2016

I remember reading through Velonews Magazine a few years ago and reading an article about chain lubrication. It seems I was likely giving up quite a few free watts just based on my “favorite” lube, which was probably chosen for me by a bike shop employee who happened to be standing next to a display when I asked the question. Can my choice of lube really save all that power? In the years that have passed since then, we know if course it can, and the “friction” industry has grown dramatically. Today’s guest is, in my mind, the guy that started it all. From Friction Facts we welcome Jason Smith!

You can find out more at https://www.friction-facts.com/

Contact me via email at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

on twitter I am @markflorence11

Thanks for downloading the show!

 

Aug 27, 2016

From Warwickshire, UK we welcome James Webb . James kind of falls into the category of “Cycling Makers”, by that I mean independent, “smart people” who have combined their engineering/technology interests with their hobby of cycling. James has created a device that might offer the home user the chance to do their own “on the bike” aero testing a bit better . You can get full picture of what James is trying to accomplish, find his blog, http://skippykitten.tumblr.com/

You can follow James on twitter @theskippykitten

Follow me @markflorence11, and get in touch at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

Thanks for downloading the show!

Aug 13, 2016

Today on the Cycling Time Trial Podcast, we welcome Dave Elliott. Dave has made the decision to take control of his lifestyle and Dave has achieved dramatic weight loss through lifestyle choices. One of those choices has revolved around riding time trials. Follow Dave on Twitter where he is @intaCycling. Welcome Dave Elliott!

Contact me @markflorence11 on twitter
Email me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

Thanks for downloading the show!

Jul 27, 2016

Today on the Cycling Time Trial Podcast, we welcome back Michael Broadwith. In our last show we talked to Michael about the UK National, Mersey Roads 24 hour race which was held last weekend. Michael and his Arctic Tacx team which also included Jonathan Shubert and Tim Bayley were spectacularly successful, covering 1547.51 miles which shattered the old team competition record of 1441 miles. Michael retained his 24 hour title with a personal effort of 532.82 miles. Welcome back Michael Broadwith!

You can see a Youtube video of the event here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcLJXaYr3_o&feature=youtu.be

As told by Damon Peacock

Follow Michael on twitter @24hourmaths

Follow me @markflorence11

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

Thanks for downloading the show!

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